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The Black Crowes made old-fashioned Southern rock during an era when forward-looking musical styles were far more popular. Nonetheless, since their 1990 debut, this Georgia band, led by frontman Chris Robinson and his guitarist brother Rich, have proven to be a popular touring act, churning out sensual blues-rock that recalls the Rolling Stones and other classic-rock groups. The Black Crowes ... Read more in Amazon's Black Crowes Store

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  • Audio CD (August 31, 2009)
  • Original Release Date: 2009
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Silver Arrow/Megaforce Records
  • ASIN: B002FG9MVU
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (102 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #18,973 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Good Morning Captain
2. Been A Long Time (Waiting On Love)
3. Appaloosa
4. A Train Still Makes A Lonely Sound
5. I Ain t Hiding
6. Kept My Soul
7. What Is Home
8. Houston Don't Dream About Me
9. Make Glad
10. And The Band Played On
11. Last Place That Love Lives

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THE BLACK CROWES will release their new studio CD, Before the Frost...
via the band's own Silver Arrow label and Megaforce Records. A second album, titled ...Until The Freeze, will be given away for free exclusively through a unique download code included in Before The Frost... CD as a thank you to their fans for two decades of support. A limited-edition vinyl release of Before The Frost...Until The Freeze, featuring all 20 tracks, will also be available.

Before the Frost...features 11 new unreleased Black Crowes' studio songs. The free album ...Until The Freeze has 8 new original Black Crowes' studio songs plus a cover version of the Stephen Stills classic "So Many Times."

Before the Frost..., and its corresponding free album ...Until The Freeze, were recorded over a series of five nights at Levon Helm Studios. Although both are studio albums, all the new material was performed and recorded in front of an intimate audience of the band s fans.

Chris Robinson conceived the innovative concept of Before the Frost...Until The Freeze:
I think we fulfilled a musical commitment to continue on the golden road of artistic independence. Approaching 20 years into our careers, we still are ambitious enough to push ourselves to create somethin g unique that we have never done before.

As The Black Crowes approach the upcoming 20th anniversary of their release of one of rock s most influential records, Shake Your Money Maker, which produced such hits as Jealous Again, She Talks To Angels and Hard to Handle, they are time and again hailed as one of Rock and Roll s best live acts.

...Until The Freeze tracklisting:
Aimless Peacock
The Shady Grove
The Garden Gate
Shine Along
Roll Old Jeremiah
Lady Of Avenue A
So Many Times
Fork In The River

Customer Reviews

Like all Black Crowes' music, this thing rocks.
P. Lanzing
The reason I wanted to get that out of the way is so that I can assure anyone reading this that what I am saying comes from being a fan since 1989.
Michael Whitteker
Very clean recording, good engineering/mixing job.
John Keith

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60 of 63 people found the following review helpful By DaBrandoChipper on August 31, 2009
Format: Audio CD
When the "rock" bands that get the most attention are Daughtry and Nickelback, its certainly a relief that the Black Crowes return to show us what a real rock band can sound like. It does seem, however, that the Crowes are becoming less of a rock band and instead are really just a band...and a great one. To call them a rock band would ignore the bands embrace of bluegrass and country, particularly on the Until The Freeze songs. I am not a country or bluegrass fan, but when the Crowes inject their soul into those genres, those songs are just as sweet as any of their gritty rock numbers. And "Good Morning Captain" which opens the disc is probably the Crowes' best "rock" song in a decade. I take that back....its the best rock song they have released this decade until you get to track 2, "Been a Long Time", which is even better. The band(including the guest musicians playing the fiddle and the banjo) sound much tighter and more comfortable together than they did on Warpaint. The additions of Luther and Adam on guitar and keyboards have given the Crowes a new facet to their personality that I hope they continue to explore. Chris's vocals continue to sound better. I have a hard time thinking of a better lead vocalist in rock right now. Chris and Rich's lyrics will lift your soul on this release. "Last Place That Love Lives" and "Fork In The River" are both gorgeous closers that cut to your heart and leave you speechless. An absolute cannot miss. Thank you Crowes for smiling on 2009...we needed it.
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30 of 31 people found the following review helpful By A. Chapman on August 31, 2009
Format: Audio CD
Having ridden the various waves of their existence so far from the beginning, I believe that The Black Crowes have recorded the album of their career. Take everything you love about the Crowes - their interesting and dynamic arrangements, great songwriting, solid interplay between instruments, soul-injected vocals and stellar live jams and you've got "Before The Frost...Until the Freeze - and then some! The Crowes have managed to take their music a few steps further, explore some unknown regions and once again, come out shining like gold. Who knew that "Warpaint" was just the beginning of this new chapter of an amazing band's career. This one will be in my cd player for a very long time. Thank you, guys, for some of the best rock & roll ever this side of the Atlantic - and the world!
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23 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Woolybugger on August 31, 2009
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Once you hear the 1st note you know this is going to be a great album, and I haven't even heard a lick from the 2nd album, Until The Frost (website won't allow download yet). The opening track, Good Morning Captain, is as good as a Black Crowes song gets. Luther Dickenson & Adam MacDougal are showcased right from the start. Not to take anything away from Marc Ford or Eddie Harsch, but Luther & Adam appear to have their heads in the right place and bring a much heavier souther flavor to the Black Crowes. To make the album even better, it was recorded live at Levon Helm's barn in Woodstock. The band sounds tight, and Larry Cambell even appears on a few songs playing banjo. All in all, there isn't a bad song on the album (even the techo-like "I Ain't Hiding" is pretty cool). I've followed these guys their entire career, and this is clearly the best line-up to date. With 2+ years playing together and two great albums (Warpaint was also excellent), the Black Crowes are on top of their game and one of the best live shows to see today. I can't wait to hear the album at Penn's Peak on the 9th. Thanks again guys for another outstanding album.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By P. Lanzing on September 19, 2009
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I'm on the edge of 60, and I've been listening to music, and collecting it, since I was eight. My first 45 single purchase was Elvis' "Little Sister." My latest is "Before the Frost...After the Flood," by The Black Crowes. I've enjoyed this band's music since the late 80's, but based on their last so-so album, I would not have stood in line for this one. Fortunately, I didn't have to, because Amazon tempted me with a promo credit I could apply to this set.

I could analyze this record (yeah, I still call 'em records) until I put you to sleep here, but that would not get the job done. The job is to get you to listen to this puppy right now, or real soon.

Like all Black Crowes' music, this thing rocks. "Kept My Soul" is as hard and soulful as anything this band has ever done, and that's sayin' something. But there are whole other worlds of creativity happening herein. "Greenhorn" is a beautiful song with a fantastic lyric that sounds, to my ears, like something by Sondheim. That's a compliment, Captain. "What Is Home?"
is another lovely tune in a similar vein. But what's "I Ain't Hiding" but, believe it or not, a disco-meets-down-home rocker with a Rod Stewart feel? And on and on...this set has surprises in store at every turn, even while wrapped in an Americana sonic package with plenty of acoustic ribbons to keep everything feeling real.

Unlike most new music, this doesn't ever smell like product. "Before the Frost...After the Freeze" is the single finest pop record I've heard in about ten years. The Robinson Brothers have never sounded better in their respective vocal and guitar roles. The songs are literate and meaningful. Every moment makes sense and sounds right.

I'm on my tenth listening right now, and it's only getting better, just the way real classics do.

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btf....atf mp3 quality
The cd is really cool. The disc looks like an old black 45 single. really cool
Sep 10, 2009 by Tendraftsdeep |  See all 6 posts
Free second album?
yeah, i am getting the same thing, it doesnt work!!!
i want the other album!!!
if it's for free, and they are doing this "as a thank you to the real fans that have stuck it out with them" then why couldn't they of just made it a double album and still just charged the $9.99?
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